Well that escalated quickly…Speaking from in front of 10 Downing Street, UK PM David Cameron just stated that he will step down as Prime Minister, explaining that “I think the country requires fresh leadership.”
Following the two polls overnight pointing to a significant lead for “leave” over “remain” in the Brexit vote, as we noted, cable tumbled and volatility premia spiked as Brexit odds surge to their highest yet. This pushed UK PM David Cameron into full panic mode, explaining that “we’re not scaremongering,” Cameron then said during an interview that Brexit would put a “bomb under our economy, and the worst thing is, we’d have lit the fuse ourselves.”
Vocal Brexit supporter, Boris Johnson warned today about the “triple whammy of woe” if Britain votes to remain… Continue reading »
The last few weeks have seen ‘Project Fear’ taken to all new levels by the UK establishment as doom-mongering over a possible Brexit conjure images of post-apocalyptic movies. UK PM Cameron and Chanceller Osborne’s latest op-ed tirade warns of 800,000 jobs lost and an “immediate year-long recession” if the Brits exercise their democratic right to vote for sovereignty over tyranny. Judging from the polls, which show Brexit odds tumbling, the fear-mongery is working, however, the markets disagree as forward volatility measures near 2016 highs.
“Well number one I’m not stupid ok, I can tell you that right now. Just the opposite. Number two in terms of divisive, I don’t think I’m a divisive person, I’m a unifier. Unlike our president now I’m a unifier… It looks like we’re not going to have a good relationship. Who knows, I hope to have a good relationship with him but it sounds like he’s not willing to address the problem either.“
LONDON (AP) — U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump says he may have a poor relationship with Prime Minister David Cameron in light of the British leader’s criticism of Trump’s call for all Muslims to be temporarily banned from entering the United States.
Trump’s comments, broadcast Monday on ITV’s “Good Morning Britain” made headlines in Britain, which claims a “special relationship” with America. Trump’s suggestion of a temporary Muslim ban led to a petition signed by half a million people demanding that Parliament hold a debate on whether he should be banned from the country. Lawmakers held the debate, but rejected a ban. Continue reading »
Although Israel is geographically located in Asia, the self-described “Jewish state” has emphasized its Europeanness whenever it has suited it to do so. It has been allowed to take part in the Eurovision Song Contest since 1973, as the Israeli Broadcasting Authority has been a member of the European Broadcasting Union since 1957. Israeli soccer clubs began playing in European competitions in 1991 and Israel became a member of UEFA in 1994. Even more importantly, in the political sphere, Tel Aviv’s recent major political step towards realizing its apparent desire of becoming a fully-fledged European state has passed under the radar of the media.
In March, a delegation from the Likud visited Strasbourg at the invitation of the European Conservatives and Reformists faction in the European Parliament. According to the Jerusalem Post, the delegation explained the Likud’s policies to a group of 15 ECR members of Parliament. The Likud reached an agreement with the ECR that enables it to become one of the ECR’s “regional members,” which allows Likud representatives to attend ECR faction meetings and influence its policies. Continue reading »
Update: as expected, moments ago Boris Johnson joined the Brexit vote saying “I’ve decided after a huge amount of heartache I will be advocating the UK to leave the European Union“ because he wants a better deal for the people of the country.
More coverage from SkyNews below:
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Yesterday, when we summarized the statements by UK politicians regarding the June 23 EU referendum, we said the one most important opinion has yet to come: that of London mayor Boris Johnson’s whose “opinion may sway the vote one way or another in four months. As the Telegraph reproted that “David Cameron is mounting a last-ditch effort to woo Boris Johnson to back his campaign to stay in the European Union, by drawing up plans for a new constitutional settlement that puts the sovereignty of British institutions beyond doubt.” Continue reading »
On Friday, David Cameron trumpeted a “deal” the British PM says he secured with the EU that will reduce the UK’s financial burden as it relates to refugees and other EU nations.
To be sure, the “agreement” seems more symbolic than anything. Indeed, it’s not even clear exactly what it is Cameron accomplished with negotiations in Brussels. Apparently, the UK won concessions on welfare curbs and financial regulation, and the ambiguity surrounding the agreement didn’t stop the PM from proclaiming he had secured “special status” for Britain in the EU. Continue reading »
“When considering the involvement of Saud in any issue, it is important to link in Israel, the USA/CIA and, as chief instigator…..the UK Secret Service, who carry out the wishes of the Rothschilds and their 15 linked wealthiest controlling families.”
Exclusive: Theresa May agreed to ‘memorandum of understanding’ with Crown Prince Muhammad bin Nayef last year
The British Government signed a secret security pact with Saudi Arabia and is now attempting to prevent details of the deal from being made public.
The Home Secretary Theresa May agreed to the so-called ‘memorandum of understanding’ with her Saudi counter-part Crown Prince Muhammad bin Nayef during a visit to the Kingdom last year. Continue reading »
In the heat of a debate about Gaza this week, London Mayor Boris Johnson declared himself “a Zionist” on morning radio, before distancing himself from Israel’s actions, which he called “disproportionate”.
Speaking on LBC, Johnson said: “I am a passionate Zionist. I am a supporter of Israel. I believe in its existence. I’ve been on a kibbutz for heaven’s sake.”
Cameron hinted the referendum was likely to take place in summer 2016
Boris Johnson could become Foreign Secretary under plans to ensure his support for the upcoming EU In campaign.
Prime Minister David Cameron has discussed the possibility of moving Mr Johnson to the Foreign Office in the place of Philip Hammond – who is rumoured to be a Eurosceptic – after he steps down as Mayor of London next May, the Telegraph reports. Continue reading »
How low can a politician go? It seems David Cameron is trying his best to find out.
For those of you not paying attention to politics across the pond, UK Prime Minister David Cameron is desperately trying to secure backing for his enthusiastic push to start bombing Syria. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is proving to be a significant thorn in his side, so this is how Cameron is fighting back.
David Cameron has appealed to Conservative MPs to give him an overall parliamentary majority in favour of military action in Syria by warning them against voting alongside “Jeremy Corbyn and a bunch of terrorist sympathizers”.
“You should not be walking through the lobbies with Jeremy Corbyn and a bunch of terrorist sympathizers,” the prime minister reportedly told the committee.Continue reading »
The e-petition, which accuses Mr Cameron of causing ‘devastation for the poorest in society for the last 5 years’, will not be debated by MPs despite it easily passing the 100,000-signatures threshold
MPs have snubbed a 190,000-strong petition calling for a no confidence vote in David Cameron.
The e-petition, which accuses Mr Cameron of causing “devastation for the poorest in society for the last 5 years,” took advantage of an iniative introduced by Mr Cameron in 2010 allowing members of the public to suggest motions for MPs to debate in Parliament. Continue reading »
The UK government’s proposed surveillance legislation is “worse than scary”, the United Nations privacy chief has said.
Joseph Cannataci, the UN’s special rapporteur on privacy, attacked the government’s draft Investigatory Powers Bill, saying he had never seen evidence that mass surveillance works. He also accused MPs of leading an “absolute offensive” and an “orchestrated” media campaign to distort the debate and take hold of new powers.
The comments came during a live streamed keynote presentation at the Internet Governance Forum in Brazil, where leading experts from around the world have gathered to discuss the future of the internet and web policy. Continue reading »
Just when Prime Minister David Cameron thought the laughter and ridicule of the #PigGate scandal had smoldered out, the people of Lewes decided to mark Guy Fawkes night by burning an effigy of the Tory leader – naked with a pig’s head in his lap.
The Sussex town is famous for making its Bonfire Night festivities go with a bang, and hasn’t disappointed this November 5.
Twitter user @MattyJam92 spotted this year’s Guy, which is traditionally burned atop a bonfire, being towed into place Thursday morning. Unlike the more common effigies of Guy Fawkes, the English Catholic who attempted to blow up the Houses of Parliament in 1605, Lewes burned a compromising incarnation of the prime minister.
The #PigGate scandal, which stemmed from a startling claim that Cameron put “a private part of his anatomy” into a dead pig’s mouth at a student initiation ceremony while a student at Oxford, led to an endless barrage of jokes and mockery. The PM has denied the claim, made in an unauthorized biography of Cameron by former Tory party donor Lord Ashcroft.
In the wake of Edward Snowden’s revelations detailing pervasive secretive and unconstitutional government spying, many tech companies have taken steps to secure users privacy via end-to-end encryption.
Of all the world’s “leaders,” one person has stood out from the crowd by consistently advocating the most destructive, ignorant and authoritarian solutions. That man is UK Prime Minister David Cameron.
I’ve highlighted this fact time and time again here at Liberty Blitzkrieg. Here are a few examples in case you need some context: Continue reading »
While increasing cries from the West demand an end to all association with Saudi Arabia, the U.K. government described lucrative public contracts with the notorious human rights abuser as a “priority market.”
Government departments have been actively — even aggressively — steering U.K. businesses into bidding for contracts with the Saudis in the health, justice, defense, and security sectors, according to documents seen by the Observer. Continue reading »
UK Prime Minister David Cameron reflects the serious problem we have with politicians. Politicians have zero respect for our human rights for they only think about how they are going to raid our wealth to pay for their families and retirements at our expense. Cameron actually asked, “In our country, do we want to allow a means of communication we [the government] cannot read? My answer to that question is: ‘No, we must not’.”
These people are highly dangerous. They only see government as the solution and do not grasp that we have rights. Government wants to eliminate all encryption because they are hunting money. You have a 1000 times greater chance of dying in a car crash than by a terrorist. They use terrorism as the great excuse to collect everything we do.Continue reading »
You know things are not well in the world when you hear claims that the Prime Minister of Great Britain had sex with a dead pig’s head and you barely flinch. That’s because sexual relations with farm animal carcasses simply pales in comparison to the man’s disastrous, authoritarian political positions.
In his latest act of verbal diarrhea, David Cameron has gone on the offensive…against Twitter. Little did he know it, but he’s actually quite late in his perceived “insight” into those who use the social media platform. For instance, it was over two years ago when Saudi authorities made their position quite clear. Here’s a excerpt from the post, Saudi Religious Police Chief Goes on the Attack…Against Twitter: Continue reading »
While the US has certainly made some epic strategic blunders in Syria that raise serious questions about just how “intelligent” US intelligence actually is, there’s little doubt that if one were to look behind all of the media parroting, the Pentagon and Langley understand all too well what’s going on in the Middle East.
That is, the significance of the Russia-Iran “nexus” in Syria isn’t lost on anyone in the US military and you can bet there have been quite a few high level discussions over the past 72 hours about the best way to counter Moscow and Tehran’s powerplay before it spills over into Iraq and ends up degrading Washington’s influence in Baghdad. Continue reading »
Prime minister confirms he is disputing specific claim in Call Me Dave book that he put private part of his anatomy in dead pig’s mouth
David Cameron has for the first time publicly denied allegations made in a biography written by the former Tory donor Lord Ashcroft that he was involved in a bizarre university club ritual with a dead pig’s head. Continue reading »
Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps Gen. James F. Amos, right, greets British Prime Minister David Cameron June 10, 2014, during a defense chiefs strategic dialogue with the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff and their British counterparts in London. (Wikimedia Commons / Department of Defense / Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Daniel Hinton)
British Prime Minister David Cameron informed Parliament the government had launched a drone strike on August 21, which assassinated three people in Syria alleged to be Islamic State militants, including two British citizens.
The strike against British citizen Reyaad Khan, the “target of the strike,” was committed without approval from Parliament. British citizen Ruhul Amin, who was killed in the strike, was deemed an “associate” worthy of death. Continue reading »
On September 9, he’ll arrive in London to meet with Britain’s David Cameron. As of Saturday, September 5, over 100,000 Brits signed a petition to arrest him – likely many more by September 9.
Netanyahu was responsible for genocidal war crimes and mass destruction against Gaza last summer, noncombatant civilians suffering most, willfully targeted by Israel’s killing machine, on his direct orders, an unindicted mass-murderer. Continue reading »
As demands increase for Netanyahu’s arrest and Gaza becomes ‘unliveable’,
by Stuart Littlewood
A petition calling for Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu to be arrested for war crimes when he arrives in London next week is nearing 100,000 signatures. If it reaches that magic figure it must be considered for debate in Parliament.
The Government has dismissed the petition with an official statement that says: Continue reading »
British Prime Minister David Cameron has warned of “terrible” attacks on the UK and the West by militants from the ISIL Takfiri terrorist group.
“There are people in Iraq and Syria who are plotting to carry out terrible acts in Britain and elsewhere and as long as ISIL exists in those two countries, we are at threat,” Cameron told the state-run BBC.
“It is an existential threat because what is happening here is the perversion of a great religion and the creation of this poisonous death cult is seducing too many young minds,” Cameron added. Continue reading »
Whenever Cameron mentions this terrible terrorist threat that’s engulfing our planet, I struggle not to throw up. However when I talk to someone who’s fallen for this tripe, my only wish is to heave all over them! Here are my three perspectives –
1) Whatever Cameron or anyone says about terrorism & our security, these are facts: We are around a million times more likely to be struck down by heart disease or Cancer than by an act of terror (false flag or not). Now this may or may not surprise people but what if I said we’ve been fighting this war on terror for over 13 years. We’re agreed on that. Well…. do you feel we’re fighting any kind of war against heart disease & Cancer? I BLOODY DON’T! Continue reading »
An angry David Cameron has claimed he was “misinterpreted” over his threat to sack ministers if they campaign for Britain to leave the European Union as he sought to regain the initiative over his bid to renegotiate Britain’s membership of the 28-state bloc.
(WSWS) – In the year marking 800 years since England’s Magna Carta, which asserted that kings could not simply impose their will without oversight and freemen could not be punished unless they violated the law of the land, Britain’s new Conservative government is preparing a massive assault on civil liberties.
The Tories are set to enact new legislation targeting “extremists” that poses a fundamental threat to political opponents of the government and to the working class. The claim that the new law is aimed simply or primarily at Islamic terrorists is a lie.
Under the legislation’s provisions, the authorities will be able to punish anyone engaged in “harmful” behaviour, ranging from public disorder to threatening the functioning of democracy. Individuals or groups subject to “extremist disruption orders” and “banning orders” will be compelled to submit to the police all material they intend to publish, including on social media. Individuals may also be prohibited from attending public gatherings and speaking at demonstrations or protests.
Prime Minister David Cameron indicated the sweep of the government’s intentions when he proclaimed that Britain has been a “passively tolerant society for too long, saying to our citizens: as long as you obey the law, we will leave you alone.” Freedom from persecution by the state will no longer be guaranteed, even to those who obey the law. Continue reading »
Christie’s sold over a billion dollars in artwork last week. Most notably, Lucian Freud’s painting of naked U.K. Jobscenter clerk “Fat Sue” sold for £35m ($56.2 million) to an anonymous buyer. Only in a satanic cult would this be considered a great art “investment.”
Only in a satanic cult would British royalty and world leaders openly cavort with convicted billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Only in a satanic cult would U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron invite a confessed child rapist to his wedding.
Only in a satanic cult would convicted child pornographer Ben Levin end up as the Deputy Education Minister and play a key role in developing Ontario’s new sex-education curriculum, according to documents revealed by Toronto Sun columnist Joe Warmington, despite claims to the contrary by Premier Kathleen Wynne. Levin is shown here at a “pride” parade with other Canadian political mucky mucks.